This Curtiss Kittyhawk Mk II was flown by Squadron Leader Brian Alexander Eaton of the Royal Australian Air Force’s No 3 Squadron, which flew from Cutella airbase in Italy in January 1944. This profile is one of 5 Kittyhawk profiles created for the book “Squadrons! No.18 – The Curtiss Kittyhawk Mk II” by Phil H. Listemann.
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The P-40 was an evolution of Curtiss’ P-36 Hawk. Despite its limited performance, it was used throughout the war, on all fronts. 1. The P-40 became the USAAC’s standard fighter shortly before the war. This early P-40 belonged to the 55th Pursuit Squadron of the 20th Pursuit Group, based at Hamilton Field. Note the long […]